Thursday, May 9, 2024

New Guide to Planetary Cycles, Vol. 1 now released!

Today, I am gratefully celebrating the release (finally!) of the first volume of a longer work I've been plugging away at for years now--with the ever-patient help of friends and family. The cover of this volume is pictured at right. 

This initial release is for the Kindle e-book version of the book, but a paperback version should be forthcoming in short order. For now, please click here for more information.

This work:
  • addresses the basics of outer planetary cycles, using visuals to illustrate wherever possible
  • breaks down the individual qualities of each of the traditional five outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto) and digs into what happens when any two of these five are paired up and their movements are taken together as the influential dynamic entities--or cycles--they are. 
  • picks apart quandaries like how do traditional aspects and cycles overlap and/or work together?  What impact do retrograde periods have on the unfolding of planetary cycles and why should we care?
  • digs into the key roles that Jupiter and Saturn play as the so-called "Great Chronocrators" of our solar system
  • includes highly relevant chart examples taken from accessible history and/or well-documented news items and trends
  • provides important reference materials (found in several appendices), including outer planetary cycles timelines from the past 250+ years, the complete chart data used in the course of each volume and detailed notes and references.

Please note that this first volume covers the first four of ten possible outer planetary cycles--the Jupiter cycles (Jup-Sat, Jup-Ura, Jup-Nep and Jup-Plu). The three Saturn cycles (Sat-Ura, Sat-Nep, Sat-Plu) will be covered in the second volume, and the remaining three cycles (Ura-Nep, Ura-Plu, Nep-Plu) will be covered in the third and final volume, along with a detailed exploration of the Cyclical Index, an important interpretation technique that comes to us from classical mundane astrology.

At the end of the day, my hope with this series is that it will--in my small way--build upon that precious legacy and will provide a bit of guidance
for future practitioners. Again, for further information, please click here
Godspeed to you all!  

Raye Robertson is a practicing astrologer, writer and retired educator. A graduate of the Faculty of Astrological Studies (U.K.), Raye focuses on mundane, collective-oriented astrology, with a particular interest in current affairs, U.S. history, culture and media, the astrology of generations, and public concerns such as education and health. Her articles on these topics have appeared in several key astrology journals over the years, including most recently, the TMA blog. She is the author of multiple works published by Amazon Kindle--please see here for her latest. For information about individual chart readings, contact:

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